What Is a Basic Principle of Confucianism?

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Confucianism is a Chinese ethical and philosophical teaching that was developed by Confucius a Chinese philosopher. The main principle of this philosophy is humanism, in that human beings can be taught good qualities, how to respect each other and good communication.
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Harmony will prevail if people accept their role in society and fulfill their responsibilities to each other.
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Jen is the golden rule; Chun-tzu the gentleman; Cheng-ming is the roleplayer; Te is virtuous power; Li is the standard of MORE?
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The three key Confucian values are co-operation, the concept of ‘face’, and self-effacement.
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For me it is about good government, what sort of government would allow people to behave naturally. Confucius went around the different states of China (this was before it was united
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